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Toronto: A Day in the Life Timelapse Movie

The timelapse by Robert Fisher entitled 'A day in the life of Toronto' consists of 18 hours of real time compressed to just over 3 minutes.

The movie documents the typical goings on of daily life in Toronto, from the business rush of King & Bay to tourists along the waterfront and at CN Tower to shopping in Chinatown to a human statue street performer to simply waiting for the TTC. The city of Toronto, its people and places are the lead performers:

Toronto:  A Day in the Life from Robert Fisher on Vimeo.

The movie consists of over 6500 still images with three HDR segments - sunrise, sunset and last 5 seconds in Dundas Sq before the end credits. Take a look at Roberts excellent blog for tips and tricks on HDR and photography in general.


  1. Sorbus2:25 PM

    Nice to see HDR timelapse, especially for the sun rise/sets, but the music a touch too cheesy for me... best watch it with the sound off!

  2. Sorry you didn't like the music. Just wanted it to be something fun. ;-)

  3. I do like the music! I think it helps makes it what it is.